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As the fourth quarter of 2013 fast approaches, it appears certain that 2013 will be yet another record year in lawsuits brought under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Statistics maintained on the
My individual practice has caused me to focus on mandatory injunctions under the environmental laws for a while now, as in United States v. NCR, No. 1:10-cv-910-WCG (E.D. Wis. May 1, 2013)
...the particular sustainability matter of climate change in filings with the Securities...
The environmental laws are full of provisions that could turn into large sources of liability but never do. One of those sleeping liabilities may have stirred last month. Pennsylvania Department of E
...new lawyers have created a climate favorable to reform. ...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
Last month, U.S. Magistrate Judge Martin C. Carlson in Harrisburg denied a request for a Lone Pine order in a natural gas migration case, Roth v. Cabot Oil & Gas, Civil Action No. 3:12-cv-898 (M.D. P
On September 4, the Environmental Hearing Board decided a motion in limine in Barron v. Department of Environmental Protection, EHB No. 2011-142-L, that highlights issues presented by the intersectio
Earlier this month, the Commonwealth Court issued an unpublished opinion affirming a contempt order in a Pennsylvania Safe Drinking Water Act case, Department of Environmental Protection v. Peckham
On July 26, the Commonwealth Court decided Robinson Township v. Pennsylvania Public Utility Comm'n, No. 284 M.D. 2012, invalidating portions of the Oil and Gas Act amendments of 2012 (known as Act 13
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